ill debate anything.
Considering your street only application, and referencing our vast library of brake threads, we can conclude that larger brake components provide no practical advantage what so ever. However, the larger components -in most cases- directly equates to additional weight. additional unsprung weight directly attached to your wheel assembly will negatively effect all aspects of the tires purpose; acceleration, braking, and turning. in addition, the rotor portion of the brake assembly rotates in conjunction with the wheel and creates additional weight and performances losses due to the nature of rotational mass. on this note, anyone who spends rather excessive quantities of cash on 'upgrades' regardless of their negative performance effects to simply gain what can only be surmised as a small visual modification easily fits into either the prominent Tool category or the slightly more revered Douche Bag category. which ever column claims your incompetence is, however, almost entirely inconsequential as your complete lack of understanding regarding the fundamentals of the vehicle you seem so inclined to modify is now exacerbated by shiny silver basketball sized rotors tucked behind your *EDIT* wheels. suffice is to say, you will be ridiculed and belittled by not only your peers but any individual who happens to glance in your general direction and has even the slightest understand of basic vehicle dynamics.
Last edited by mosc; 06-08-2008 at 12:27 AM.